Student Accommodation in Brighton

Welcome to Brighton, an inspiring student city that has the buzz of London in a quirky seaside setting. This popular seaside city is famous for its pebble beach, pier, independent shops and diverse culture. Brighton always has something going on to keep you entertained from live music, sports, theatre and festivals.

Brighton is full of hidden treasures including The Lanes, an intricate collection of narrow streets with a combination of restaurants, shops, street art, cafes and much more. If you prefer to be more active then you could try wakeboarding, scuba diving, paddle boarding or one of the other many water sports.

Brighton has two universities: The University of Brighton and The University of Sussex. The University of Sussex student campus is located in Parkland on the edge of Brighton and The University of Brighton has multiple student campuses including Falmer Brighton, Grand Parade Brighton, Moulsecoomb Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.

Top 5 things to do in Brighton

  1. Brighton Palace Pier – Let your inner Thrill Seeker out here and enjoy the rides and rollercoasters!
  2. The Lanes – In need of a cheeky shopping day?
  3. Sea Life Centre Brighton – the world’s oldest aquarium
  4. Globalls – go cray at crazy golf
  5. Lucky Voice – Belt out your favourite Karaoke tunes here!

Universities in Brighton

University of Brighton

Address: Lewes Rd, Brighton, BN2 4AT

Telephone: +44(0)1273 600900

Students: 21,135

Complete University Guide League Table: 106th

Campuses: Grand Parade, Moulsecoomb, Falmer, Eastbourne and Hastings

Fact: The University’s Community University Partnership Programme received an honourable mention at the 2010 Community-Campus Partnerships for Health award

University of Sussex

Address: Sussex House, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9RH

Telephone: +44(0)1273 606755

Students: 15,155

Complete University Guide League Table: 25th

Campuses: Sussex

Fact: The University of Sussex boasts three Nobel Prize winners among its faculty